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ENGL 215: Popular Fiction

This course is the study of popular prose fiction from the 19th century to the present, with a focus in any given semester on a specific genre to be determined by the instructor. Genres for

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ENGL 230: Modern Canadian Literature

This course is the study of modern Canadian fiction. Course content may include poetry, prose and drama. Students will expand their understanding of the major themes, styles, and techniques of modern Canadian writers. Students will

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ENGL 240: Modern American Literature

This course is the study of the forms of Modern American Literature. Prose, poetry and drama may be included in the course. Students will study material that illustrates and criticizes some of the most common

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ENST 12: English Studies 12

English Studies 12 is a more advanced course developing literature, listening and viewing skills. Students learn to recognize societal diversity and apply appropriate strategies in a variety of contexts to comprehend written, oral, visual and

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FMP 12: Foundations of Mathematics 12

This course includes the study of geometric explorations (constructions, conics, and fractals), graphical representations of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, and sinusoidal functions, regression analysis, combinatorics, probability, and financial planning.

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FREN 101: Introductory French I

This is an introductory course for students with no previous knowledge of French. The course is designed to give students a basic grounding in the French Language. Classes will survey some important features of the French Language,

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GEOG 100: Introduction to Human Geography

This course explores basic concepts in human geography which are essential to understanding the changing relationship between people and places around the world. Our course will focus on the interdependence between society and space, examining

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GEOG 200: Social Geography

This course investigates the key concepts of, and approaches to, social geography – a rich and dynamic subfield of human geography. Social geographers conceptualize place and space as playing an active role in mediating social

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HGEO 12: Human Geography 12

An exploration of the relationship between people and the environment to better understand our globally connected  and changing world. Demographic, resource,  economic, political and social considerations are explored.

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HIST 110: Canada to 1867

This course is an introduction to the history of Canada from the period of earliest human occupation to Confederation in 1867. The course focuses on major themes in Canada’s past, including the diversity of early

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HIST 120: Canada from 1867

This course is an introduction to the history of Canada from 1867 to the present. The course examines key themes and processes that have shaped Canada as a nation, including Indigenous state relations, industrialization and

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HIST 202: World History since 1500

This course is a survey of human societies and cultural interactions in world history from 1500 CE to the present. In particular, students will investigate major ideas and patterns in world history, the roles of

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